20 x 20 inches inches
Made in Japan
Kokeshi dolls were originally sold to visitors to hot springs in the Tohoku region of Japan during the late Edo period (1600-1868), to supplement business and keep workers' hands busy during the winter months. It is believed that Kokeshi represent the wish for a healthy child, and they bring children closer to the mountain spirits.
Furoshikis is quite popular for a home decor! Use for a tapestry, decoration, carrying a bento box, gift box, wrapping a wine or sake bottle, or making a bag.
Cochae is a graphic design group run by Yousuke Jikuhara and Miki takeda who aims to produce designs with playful mind. They also design for toys and hold workshops in museums.
Furoshiki Instructions http://www.ymds.co.jp/cochae223/pdf/20151013fukucochae_tutumikata.pdf